Sometimes your mug isn't as original as you would like it to be. Considering there are over 7 billion people on this earth, someone's bound to be your doppelgänger, and these historical figures and celebrities prove just that.
George and Amal Clooney will be marching at the March 24 gun violence rally and donating $500,000 in support of survivors of last week’s Parkland, Florida mass shooting. Later the same day, Oprah and film exec Jeffrey Katzenberg announced they’d match the Clooneys’ donation.
Kathy Bates has joined Kim Dickens, Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson in Netflix’s 2018 drama, ‘The Highwaymen.’ Based on true events, has two Texas Rangers are drawn out of retirement to hunt down Bonnie and Clyde. Bates also has roles in upcoming flims on Robert Graves and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Gracing the cover of Vogue’s February issue, Serena Williams reveals she had an emergency C-section for daughter Alexis Olympia followed by a pulmonary embolism and multiple surgeries. Last week the tennis star bowed out of her first postpartum match, the Australian Open, to recover.
Selena Gomez, who became sick due to complications from lupus, shared details of the life-saving kidney transplant she received from a friend. “I had arthritis. My kidneys were shutting down. My mentality was just to keep going,” she said on the NBC's Today Show.
In a rousing #MeToo Golden Globes’ lifetime achievement award acceptance speech, Oprah Winfrey tipped her hat to the free press and women who have been abused by men in power, suggesting that “speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we have.”
In a New Year’s post on Facebook, founder Mark Zuckerberg said the social network was making too many mistakes enforcing policies and preventing misuse. Facebook has been criticized for allowing “fake” news, including some paid for by Russians, to spread during the U.S. elections.
Russian president Vladmir Putin called to thank President Trump after the CIA provided intelligence that helped thwart an ISIS-inspired terror attack in the city of St. Petersburg. Seven members of a terrorist cell have been detained and explosives confiscated.
James Earl Jones is the American actor who voiced Darth Vader in the 'Star Wars' franchise. He's also known for films like 'The Great White Hope,' 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'Field of Dreams' as well as an array of TV shows.
President Jackson’s portrait was prominently featured at a White House event honoring Native Americans; he’s known for an act resulting in thousands of Native American deaths. Trump also called Sen. Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas,” considered by some a racial slur.
Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier when he became the first black athlete to play Major League Baseball in the 20th century. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, and was named Rookie of the Year that year, National League MVP in 1949 and a World Series champ in 1955.